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"patrick henry college" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Author and illustrator. Dr seuss says it will stop publishing six titles. Because of racist imagery dr seuss enterprises says the book's portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong. The six books being banned include and to think that i saw it on mulberry street if i ran the zoo. Miguel god's pool on beyond zebra scrambled eggs super and the cats wizard. There are some examples of racist imagery in those books. For example. there's a character this described as a chinese man who eats with sticks and the depiction of that character has a pointed hat. Slanted slit is in another book to men said to be from. Africa are shown shirtless shoeless wearing grass. Skirts they carry exotic animals. Wow okay so what. We're just going to cancel. Dr seuss books. Just because they're racist than one of the racist kid's gonna read. You can think of that. Did you know the real problem with. Dr seuss is that all of his made up. Words sound like they could be racial slurs. I mean azoff on a shelf. The numbers in the cupboards shit. I don't know what that means but if a white person calls me with throwing down and look. I know that this thing was blowing up and it was trending all over twitter. But there's always going to be people on twitter telling you that this is the end of civilization because fanning the flames of culture was is how they get attention. But let's be honest about what's happening him. An organization is making a decision on. Its own that they don't want to be associated with their own outdated and offensive imagery. That's not being canceled. That's something the companies and organizations do all the time like at some point coca cola was hey maybe putting cocaine now drink is harmful to the public. Maybe we should stop doing that. Nobody called that cancel culture and despite what everyone tells you everyone does this all the time including cpac. Yeah the home of free just a couple of weeks ago. They cancelled the speaker for his anti semitic views. Oh but i guess that was just them looking out for the brand. It only becomes cancelled culture. When it's something you disagree with but still there may be room for compromise here like maybe instead of getting rid of the books completely. They can just the imagery for example. Take that offensive drawing of the two african men and put it. In a tucker. Carlson thought bubble that way. We all understand This is racist. Let's move on now to our main story the other sexual harassment scandal taking over the political world right now also tonight serious questions are swirling around the youngest member of congress and up and coming republican with increasingly high profile. He is considered a rising star in the republican party but congressman madison cawthorn passed in the political persona. He has cultivated is littered with dark allegations. Cawthorn faced numerous allegations of sexual harassment. While attending patrick henry college in virginia just four years ago caitlyn coulter went to school with cawthorn and says she was taken on what he called a fund drive his mo was to take vulnerable. Women are on these rights with him in the car and to make advances coauthor and asked her about her ring in her sexual experiences. Coal torah says she felt something was off. Shut down the conversation. He got really upset and he whips the car around and started going back to campus seventy eighty miles an hour on one lane roads And it was. It was really scary. There was a lot of sexual innuendo lee. Petri told cnn. It got really uncomfortable. Walking to and from class he would yell out. Are you ready to take that fund drive today. Oh damn that doesn't sound fun at all. Scott was apparently sexually harassing women while driving like a crazy person. It's like if mario kart let you claims harvey weinstein and just to be clear. This wasn't just making a few people uncomfortable. No phone reportedly kissed women by force. Put his hands up their skirts and pulled one girl onto his lap and put his finger between her legs. In fact it got so bad that. Ra's at the school started wanting students to stay away from him. And you know you're doing something wrong when you're in the same category as std's and alcohol poisoning but the question you may be asking is. Who is madison cawthorn. And how he go from college creep to congressman creep. Let's find out in another episode of fringe watching one year ago. Madison cawthorn was expected to be the next congressional representative from north carolina but he narrowly beat a more established conservative in the republican primary by falsely smearing her. As a never trumper. Because you see at this point never trumper is the worst insult that you can say to republican. It goes experts prius driver and then never trumper. That's the republican version of the n. Word you never tried to call me. You take that back where you don't use that word on me okay. But you don't like trump's on time so what really propelled on into office was his compelling personal story. even if it wasn't one hundred percent his fresh questions about his own account of the car accident that left him wheelchair bound in twenty fourteen. He was my brother and my best friend he he. He leased in a car to die in a fiery tomb. Bradley lead furred cawthorn friend in the driver of the car telling the washington post that cawthorn accounting of the accident was not true. Cawthorn own parents undercutting their son's story to saying the driver of the car rescued him. That accident went on to be the core part of the narrative. Cawthorn weaved about himself as he ran for congress. He planned on serving his country in the navy.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on The Daily 202's Big Idea
"Are relaxing restrictions. Too quickly and people are letting down their guard even as more contagious and possibly more deadly virus marion's are on the rise. The death toll has risen to more than five hundred thousand deaths from covid. Nineteen the food and drug administration's action permits vaccine to be used while the cdc recommends to health providers how it should be used. The doses are expected to start shipping as early as monday. Two sites already receiving doses of the two other authorized vaccines made by pfizer biotech tech and madonna. Johnson and johnson's initial supply will be limited three point. Nine million doses are expected to be shipped this week with an estimated twenty million doses by the end of march officials have said the johnson and johnson vaccine was five percent effective at protecting against severe cases. Illness in late stage. Trials and there were no deaths or hospitalizations. A month after participants received the vaccine. The vaccine was slightly less effective at preventing moderate illness or more transmissible variants have only recently begun to be detected. Some experts are worried that the public will fixate on that data point and pass up the johnson. Johnston shot in favor of other vaccine underwent trials at an earlier stage of the pandemic when such variants were not a factor panel members emphasized that doing so will leave people and protected and delay the pandemic's end number. Two madison cawthorn was a twenty one year old. Freshmen at a conservative christian college when he spoke at a chapel testifying about his relationship with god he talked emotionally about the day. A car accident left him partially paralyzed. And reliant on wheelchair post reporter. Michael kranish road about how cawthorn said. A close friend had crashed the car and fled the scene. Leaving him to die quote in a fiery tomb. Cawthorn was quote declared dead. He said in a twenty seventeen speech at patrick henry college. He said he told doctors that he expected to recover. And that he would quote be at the naval academy by christmas. The friend bradley lead furred. Who has not previously spoken publicly about. The chapel speech said in an interview that kaufman's account was false and that he'd pulled cawthorn from the wreckage an accident report obtained by the washington. Post said cawthorn was quote incapacitated. Not that he was declared dead cawthorn himself said in a lawsuit deposition first reported by the news outlet av l. watchdog that he had been rejected by the naval academy before the crash the portrait he sketched of his life provided the framework for his election in november as the youngest member of the us house of representatives his campaign. Ads repeated the false crash. Information cawthorn has been embraced by former president trump while also facing sexual misconduct allegations through representative now serves on the education committee and the veterans affairs committee. That's the daily to to for monday march. I i'm jordan smith. Thanks for.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Year long membership for you or you can sponsor a year long membership for somebody to get access to those meetings and are closed social media groups and all the bonus content etc. So do that. If you're feeling it otherwise we this is. This is the this is the free part. And you're gonna you're gonna get it. There's a lot of news to go over. So let's do it. Let's at the hot notes. Hot notes all right lead story today. The fbi has pinpointed assailant in its investigation into the death of brian. Six nick a capital police officer who was injured. While fending off the pro-trump mob that stormed the capital last month and he later died. That's according to to law enforcement officials who were briefed on the investigation and the f. b. i. Opened a homicide investigation into officer sick steph. Soon after the january sixth attack on the capital investigators initially struggled to determine what had happened as he fought assailants. They soon began to suspect though that his death was related to an irritant like mace or bear spray that he had inhaled during the riot. Both officers and rioters were armed with such irritants during the attack. According to the story sick nick was taken back to the station and later collapsed and then succumbed to his injuries in hospital. This is a significant breakthrough. In the case. Investigators have now pinpointed. A person seen on video of the riott who attacked several officers with bear spray including officer sick nick. And that's according to officials and video evidence shows that the assailant discussed attacking officers with hairspray beforehand. So intent establish meditated. Yeah now while. Investigators narrowed potential suspects seen in video footage to a single person this week. They have yet to identify the assailant by name. So they are looking into that. And it's it's not looking like they'll be a homicide murder charges. It looks more like a sort of an involuntary manslaughter situation because they the bear spray while it can kill while it can be lethal. It might be hard to prove that. This person intended to kill officer. Sick nick with the bear spray agreed agreed. Thank you so much for that. Ag already do this next story. This is about the eighteen year old. Qua- who was allegedly seen in multiple video standing in the senate chamber of the us capital with a handful of other riders. Now this is an interesting story so the videos have since gone viral. Basically there's a man in combat gear now identified as air force veteran larry brock junior chiding the rioters including qua- about why they shouldn't sit in vice president. Mike pence is chair which it seems like any kid at this point. Sorta gone out the fucking window. You know what i mean. So that's why i find that very interesting but qua- seemed confused because that's clearly not why they're there is to respect the capital sequestered confused by this and asks. Will they can steal the election. But we can't sit in their chairs now in a defense motion filed on friday. Bruno quasi lawyers said their client. Quote isn't impressionable. eighteen year. Old kid who was in the middle of finishing his online coursework to graduate from high school when he was arrested. Alright suppress accusers. For a sequel through a very different lens obviously in a criminal complaint eight point across social media posts in the up and the aftermath to january six to suggest that he was someone who was genuinely inspired by the former president trump and very intent on violence sucrose cases stark example of just how powerful information can be so both prosecution and defense agree that he was radicalized by what he read online in the decision to embrace the falsehoods. He discovered in chat rooms in social media the course of his life so apparently social media is the new video game qua- who's believed to be the youngest person so far to be charged with storming the new. The capital allegedly assaulted if federal police officer. Obviously they can't say he did that without but his lawyers say that as part of his conditions for release he would be willing to stay off social media and be monitored in his parents house now guarantee if this was a black young man this would not be the concessions being made to systems of justice. It's a little infuriating that they're just going to be like all right. They wanna slap on the wrist and go back to mommy and daddy's house which is apparently where this fucking problem started in the first place so i'm not sure how that would benefit anyone at this moment. Yeah young impressionable. Innocent naive kid storming the capital to overthrow the government and commit violence and assault officers. Okay it reminds me of member. The story that brock kid who wasn't good let off. Of course i do. Yeah it's like oh it was a good student. He means well. This is this is gonna. This is going to ruin his future. This is going to ruin his athletic career. Yeah no he ruined his future. he's eighteen. he should be treated charged and tried as an adult period. One hundred percent agreed hundred percent agreement Even if he was sixteen. That's that's an adult decision. You've made also in the news. A few stories about sexual misconduct. The first comes about madison cawthorn. The youngest member ever elected to congress at twenty five according to over three dozen people however cawthorn who is in a wheelchair because of a car accident he was in was a menace to women during his time. At patrick henry college he hung out with a bunch of dick bags. They were actually known on campus as the douche crew. Oh my god yeah. This is a group of fuck boys that would speed around campus. And they're stupid. Cars cawthorn had a dodge challenger of course the same card as the duke boys by the way and the dukes of hazzard which although this one was white it didn't have a confederate flag painted on it but apparently cawthorn would coerce young women into taking joy rides with him. He would drive recklessly out to the middle of nowhere while asking. These young women very disturbing questions about their sexual history making them extremely uncomfortable. Some women didn't think they were going to make back to campus. But they did. It got to the point where dorm are as member. Those resident assistants Would warn the women not to get in a with cawthorn because he was widely known to be dangerous so the story is still developing but check out the story in buzzfeed. It's called danger warning. Women say cawthorn harassed them in college. So real gem of a man and interrelated story governor. Cuomo of new york is under fire again. You now has a second staffer coming forward about his sexual misconduct saying that..
"patrick henry college" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM
"Well, the Reverend Bill cook is here to help us understand what it's all about now, Bill. How did you get involved in the black robe regimen? E mean? Where were you A pastor? And at what point did this become an issue for you? Well, I was pasturing in different churches, probably probably prior to 2012 and actually was even before that I had I'd pastored churches, Mention university office, the director, student life. Assistant campus minister for seven years. I loved I loved being, you know, working at the academy and it was in Virginia. You mean in in in Virginia? Yes, my pastor, pastor of the Baptist Church while I was there. And I came back to Northern Virginia. Then I Then I pastored in an Anglican church and then another non denominational church. And around. I guess it was after 1 2009 11. Um I became very alarmed about the condition of the country. I started to study the Islamic threatened became quite knowledgeable in it began to work with several national leaders in that regard, thinking we've got to stop this threat from encroaching on our society, and I realized after awhile eventually I went into went to work DHS to talk myself out of right software. And then I, um, secured positions within the government. Then I was eventually came to DHS and DHS stands for Department of Homeland Security, right? Homeland. When I looked at the directory on the website of DHS and found there were five senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood on what's what was called the Homeland Security Advisory Council. I realized that we were getting nowhere in terms of dealing with that threat. And so that's when it's this. I heard Glenn back talking about the black robe Regiment and I got very excited because it's sort of it's like a switch went on and me understood. That pastors and churches really were instrumental in the founding of America, and that they played a key leadership role. I saw that as the main missing ingredient and are in the loss of liberty. In the Decline of liberty in America. And so I found it. I decided to do something about it. I found it. The black robe regiment. It was it. Patrick Henry College on September 1920 12. Very boyfriend was our keynote speaker and several other individuals like Ferris was there, General Boykin Yes. General Boykin was the keynote speaker while so this is the Patrick Henry College, Okay, keep going on. This is great. Yeah, it was. It was wonderful. And at the end of the evening, it was such a compelling message that he gave when the invitation was given for pastors to join the Black Robe Regiment. Every pastor in the room came forward immediately. Some even ran to get down front because they saw you know everybody was alarmed about the direction that the Obama administration is taking the country. They were concerned and 9 11. It happened. And so he Asked. Just really wanted to get involved. Well, I want to be clear you're here because you know, people often misunderstand. When you talk about the Muslim Brotherhood, or you talk about Islamic influence. We're not demonizing Muslims. Right now. There's the Queen is we're talking about an ideology and at some point it's almost Gets back to this issue of separation of church and state. There are times when certain ideologies Islamofascists, a radical Muslims tend to have Philosophy that is empathetic A Isn't their authority isn't their ultimate authority the pope. In other words, would they be able to function in a culture like this? Do they do they have the same values that we do? And I think it's right to ask not of Muslims in general, but of radical Muslims. People with the Muslim Brotherhood and those kinds of folks the kinds of folks who believe that Sharia law is the way to go, isn't it? Correct. And I think this is what you're saying that we need to understand There are certain philosophies. There are certain faith's that are, in fact, empathetic awhile to the American way of life. So if you say we're gonna have our own private compound and we're going to abuse women, and we're going to cut off your hand if you steal In America. We say no, You can't do that. It doesn't matter if it's your religion, religious liberty only goes so far, and that's really what we're talking about is understanding how we want to be a country where the government does not get involved. But then when it should get involved as when somebody says we're gonna have our own compound, we're gonna real law. No cops need. Come here. We're gonna take care of it in ourselves. That's when we in America say no. According to our Constitution. You cannot do that. And this is The reason I'm going on about this is this is such a fundamental misunderstanding. People think. Well, that means you're anti Muslim. Absolutely not. This has nothing to do with people It has to do with those people who will take in ideology so far, And that, of course, is what we saw at 9 11 and the Obama administration seemed really clearly to not get it. In other words, they seem not to understand that there is a real threat here and that we have to underscore what we believe in and I think it's because they themselves In that in that administration. They did not believe in the things we're talking about, or they didn't understand these things, right? I mean, you know, there's been talk of a red green nexus. We know we're dealing with Communist influence right now. And also with you know, it's been a little bit in the background..
"patrick henry college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome back to the show. I'm going to go back to, uh, a clip from Tom Cling and Stain Claremont Institute for chairman. We've played some of his clips, and we talked about that with David front from the dispatch and David French, not a fan. He suggests that Klingons, Steen and Claremont Institute folks represent, if not to the illiberal right, then cover for the illiberal, right? I am not in agreement with David French on that. I want to get Mark Mitchell's opinion what Klingons scene had to say in part in his case for Trump. Actively speech that has been picked up now that we've been discussing for last couple days picked up and being widely discussed, at least in conservative circles. This is clinging Stein on Trump. No President Trump has many faults. I myself sometimes cringe listening to him. Sometimes he is his own worst enemy. He is a braggart often mis informed petty, sometimes even vengeful and more. And yet we are very lucky to have him. I am almost prepared to say that having him is providential. How else to explain that we find ourselves with this most unusual, most unpresidential man. Who has just the attributes most needed for this moment at any other time, he might well have been a bad president. But in these times These revolutionary times. He is the best president we could have had. He has the indispensable attributes of a leader. Courage as a leader must. He goes where others are afraid to go. And he has common sense, which means he generally wants to go to the right place. Mark Mitchell, dean of academic affairs of Patrick Henry, College author, most recently of power impurity, the unholy marriage that spawned America's Social justice, warriors rejoins us and Mark Your assessment of what Tom Clink and Stein had toe say in his assessment of President Trump. Yeah, I listened to his entire talk yesterday. I guess I'm a little less enthusiastic about this is God's man. For this time in history, I think in some respects He's right. And that that there is a potential kinda revolutionary moment here is Trump the best man imaginable. I have a hard time agreeing with that. Is he What we have right now, in terms of plausible alternatives? Yeah, I think that the Democratic Party has been in many respects hijacked by the radical left. And I'm not convinced that Joe Biden is kind of hard leftists. I don't think he is. Fully aware of what Has been unleashed and what he is sort of been taken by and the alternative then is Trump and so I don't think a person needs to be as bully for Trump and putting it in terms of kind of providential blessing. To say that in this particular moment, it looks like the Trump is best means in the short term. By which this revolutionary Mo mentum can be slowed. Yes, Si, I I I can appreciate that perspective. And I mean, I I like David French, who have mentioned before we just got done with having a rather spirited conversation friendly but spirited. I just I'm having trouble with his position that essentially the threats from the illiberal left are the same as the threats from the illiberal right in the way that we walk ourselves back from this moment of potential fracture. Is by first electing Joe Biden. I just I I can't reconcile that. I think that's an ill advised position. If another, nor the reason it's it's at least and even bad. Whether or not Joe Biden will survive a term in office, which means You need to think in terms of couple Harris, and she seems to be far more open and farm or directly and explicitly connected to the kind of revolutionary rhetoric An agenda that should send chills up all of our spines. And so there's a kind of pragmatic approach here that that I find myself taking, But in the short term, it looks like for this election. Trump is the best. That we've got. I do think that concerns need to start doing some serious work about thinking What a post trump conservatism looks like on DH. We need to start thinking in terms of long game. We've got a short term sort of agenda. I guess that is if it's to elect Trump fine, But what's the long term Because one of things we've been seeing in recent years is the kind of fracturing and fragmenting of our basic institutions on a dramatic decline in trust in our institutions, both left and right are talking about If ah, if the wrong side wins, this is an indication of the illegitimacy of the electoral process. Well, wrong thing, and so has Biden. And and what this does is cast. A huge doubt on a basic institution is one thing to criticize an opponent for the way he thinks in the and the and the position he holds or is integrity or whatever. But if we are just going after basic institutions and saying they're illegitimate If you burn down the institution, what do you have left? Well, that's a really serious problem. And this is part of the agenda of the radical left. And any kind of revolutionary moment movement may be careful that we don't take that up on the right as well. Yeah, and the frustration I think on the rights and sits the left that controls all of those institutions you're referencing is That there's just never a reckoning for bad actors. And you see it manifest itself, most notably, of course, pending the Durham report pending with the Russian collusion investigation that persisted for 3.5 years without basis, And as it turns out, seemingly mostly, it's a projection on to trump the things that the left was doing in people. Are understandably exasperated with institutions they're supposed to place. Their faith in that turned out to be gaming the system for their political benefits. Yeah, and I think the this is exactly the concern that is there. There's a legitimate worry that the institutions have Not done what they ought to do this. Yeah, So So then what's the answer? And if people on the right are saying, burn it down? That that's that's the revolutionary disposition that that that we should be concerned about. And so how doing this is really the the agenda that we have to think about. How do we Um Reform these institutions. How do we reclaim the institutions that we've inherited? And strengthen them and revitalize them. Without destroying them. This strikes me as if we're going to talk in terms of the kind of medium and long term agenda for the right. We've got to be thinking in these terms is Mark.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"That provide space for people who hold exactly the same views. To come across, is more reasonable than those who are black clad, flag wearing thugs. Beating up reporters like Andy Know as Antifa does is that interesting for more on the topic? We're pleased to be joined by Mark Mitchell. He's the dean of academic affairs, and Patrick Henry College. And the author, most recently, power and purity, the unholy marriage that spawned America's Social Justice warriors. Mark Thanks for joining us Appreciate it. Thanks Primitive. I appreciate Ah, this Colorado Dem operatives definition of morality. It's sort of like Barack Obama's definition of sin. Anything that I do. That's against my values. This is the same thing here. Anything I do that is that I consider moral is moral and anything I do that I don't consider moral is immoral. There's no outside basis on which to measure And so lying, cheating and stealing, as he said, is moral in these times that the ends justify the means in service of the revolution. It should be something that we're all taken aback by the same kind of language is used by solid Linsky in his book and and the same kind of revolutionary morality is spoken of by people like a robe spear in the French revolution that force Violence. Terror are legitimate means by which to achieve the revolutionary it on. So it is a re conception of reality. It's morality that his revolutionary and at the end of the day is destructive of everything that we would call civilization, its destructive of society and and maybe the long term. Hope in a way is that revolutions tend to tend to become so destructive that they eat their own. It's hard to imagine how it can go any other way. But that's the historical trajectory. Well, So does that mean that you don't take the likes of Chris? Jack? Seriously, we shouldn't take them seriously. We should take it very seriously before revolutions burn out. They burned down that is they burnt down things. And then they can't continue the destruction Infinite, you know, forever. And so they do eventually burn outs and our general replaced by a kind of Ah, tyrannical regime that is brought to you. Life by a kind of demand for stability and order that they have undermined and destroyed. They could do a tremendous amount of damage and our American Republic I think in many respects is Ana. A knife edge were increasingly having people on both sides of the political vied used the word of revolution. People on the left and right are saying that if the Election doesn't go their way You can expect civil war. You can expect violence that civil war word or Tom is being used by both sides. It's hard to imagine how We get through this season unscathed. I wantto pick it up there when we come back as I want you to give a threat assessment of the same way. I asked that of David French in our conversation before you joined us more with Mark Mitchell, dean of academic affairs of Patrick Henry College. Author of power and Purity. The unholy marriage. It's phoned America's Social Justice warriors will be right back. Are you listening more? You'll know this is this is the Dan Proft show. Getting hearing AIDS is a hassle where to.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"A North Carolinian I guess I, do does he have any background? He's very young isn't he? Yeah. He is really going to be an interesting contrast for the voters to pick. We have our first debates coming up Friday and Saturday of this week and I think it'll be a real sharp contrast. You know where I've got. A bachelor's degree degree and masters of law and thirty plus years of military service in government services including working for Congress. My opponent was home-schooled. He went to college for a year at day. Patrick Henry College mine. At three hundred, a person student body mostly home schooled students and he quit he was making said his great average about a D. so he quit. he's never had an adult job. Now he has a compelling story he was in an auto accident. on a spring spring break trip to Florida. He was in an accident he was in the passenger seat and at his feet up on the dash when the car crashed and so he's he's paralyzed and in a wheelchair and he does have A. Remarkable. Story of surviving and overcoming it. But since then he's never had an adult job, he's living off the six million dollars he got from his accident. So he's never had a mortgage. He's never had a family. He's never had to get his own insurance. He doesn't manage his own money like I said, he dropped out of college. But he wants to go to Congress and he couldn't finish the freshman year of college but in the freshman class of Congress. So how did he win the nomination? Didn't didn't trump support his opponent. Mark. Meadows. And a lot of folks really angry at Mr Meadows around here because he When he announced he was not going to run. He said, he was not going to endorse anyone, but he knew the wife of. The best friend of his wife was a lady named Linda Bennett, and that's who Mark Meadows trump endorsed and there were twelve people that ran in the race a lot of anger that he'd tried to rig the outcome but the twelve people the too much unqualified of the twelve made it to a run-off, and then the least qualified of those two made it to the general. It's He would be the youngest the most unqualified member of Congress if you. Won The election wow, what a stunning contrast while Mo- Davis let's have. You always been a Democrat I. Mean I asked because you know when I think of military career military people.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Back the angle, hartson reeves wouldn't have it any other way. Sarah arrives explains because we didn't have all of the other kind of. Fancy trappings of a wedding. It really allowed me to focus on. What was. Really, going on, and what really mattered Rico, engelhardt shared sat perspective. We say that we got the wedding that we prayed for, but didn't ask for stripping down the wedding ceremony and celebration to the Bare Minimum Allowed Sarah and Spencer to focus on their marriage more than the wedding. It allowed me to see things about myself, and to understand in my own heart, my posture towards the committee I was making to. To Sarah in a way. That I don't know that I even would have if everything had gone about as the we had planned it, and the reef settled into an apartment in Virginia were Spencer Interns from Home Sarah is looking for a job while nursing sour dough starter to life. The couple graduated in May from Patrick Henry College bound the transition to married life amidst shelter in place orders has its challenges. Instead of connecting with the new church and finding favorite hangouts in their neighborhood, the reef spend most of their time in their apartment some days, not leaving at all. And that's starting to take its toll on Sarah I will eventually get stir crazy if we don't have anything to do, I am enjoying getting to rest after senior year so. Just kind of sitting around nothing for me at least. I'm feeling this craziness coming. Morocco and Nile are appreciating. Life. Slower paced imposed by Idaho's stay at home orders. Nile, a computer programmer had already begun working from their Boise towne home before the wedding. He set up his work desk and a small open area just outside the upstairs bedroom. It seemed a reasonable location when he lived alone so when I'm on zoom with my teammates. Morocco has to either wait for a super long time or crawl underneath. The chair out of the view of the zoom call in order to get past. It's a small tradeoff from ARECO. She's an educational therapist and had to complete this semester. Teaching Online and being married to heck. Dude has its perks because when I have technical difficulties on Zoom I. Just marched over get. My ticket and much to his dismay. He has to stop his work, but it works. Nile said the help tickets and. Conversations do distract from his work, but Marino makes up for it. One good thing has been Show. Bring me up snacks repeatedly throughout the day pretty nice. Without the so-called normal cycle of home, work, church and social life to distract from their time together. The reason angle filled their evenings with other pursuits. Reading listening to classical music learning to salsa dance. And moonwalk. Work and it's commutes. School and other obligations will eventually compete for their time, but they're corona moons have top these newlyweds that time alone with each other is a precious commodity and no guard at closely throughout their marriage. Spencer Reeves anticipate struggles on that front when he begins law school in August, I'm going to a a lot more pressure to make sure that I'm not falling prey to toxic student tendencies, and making sure that I'm there for Sarah and the way that genes need to be there. ARECO and Nile are grateful for this unique time. I kind of feel like in a way. Mike. There's almost like A. Hedge of protection because we don't have some of the outside. Sources that are normally like influencing your marriage. You know. Nile suggested returning to the office, each state may have a silver lining. It might be good.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Alaska's twenty eleven interview with New York Times columnist Ross Dowsett. This conversation took place in front of an audience at Patrick Henry College Ross. Growing up in new haven you of course did not want to go to Yale. University absolutely wanted to away from home so went to Harvard. Have you explain a little bit about the geography of the perfect location for being away because to call has to do with with two factors right? There's a laundry factor that you want. You want to be able to to have laundry done at your original home and then serious what you might call the second laundry factor. Which is that. You don't want your mother knocking on the door to your dorm room. When it's completely carpeted in laundry unexpected blake so in all seriousness. I think being close enough to your parents. You can run home on weekends after you've had a really terrible week or you. Can you know? Ask them to come up for the weekend. And take you out to dinner or something but not so close that you feel like you haven't really left the nest at all is it. Seemed like a good distance to me. My my younger sister went to Yale and black sheep and everything. She has a black sheep in every family and I think she probably saw less of my parents while she was at Yale than I did Harvard so I think it can work either way but and seems like an interesting family. Your Your Dad. A lawyer and poet. Yes your Mama Writer. Yes and what was it like growing up in a home where I suspect there were lots of books around? There were lots of books around and we had a very old black and white TV. I think I mean everyone's childhood unusual but I had a unusual childhood. In that sense I had a sort of. I think conventional North Eastern sort of suburban liberal upbringing. I mean my father went to Stanford my mother went to Yale. I grew up in new haven. I went to basically a series of sort of small private schools in and around new haven. And then obviously I went on to Harvard and now work in Washington. Dc and so onto. It was sort of a very sort of Blue State Ivy League kind of childhood. In a sense I was born and Baptized Episcopalian. But over the course of my childhood we became involved in different forms of both pentecostalist and Evangelical Ministry in this sort of greater greater new haven area so during the week I went to a private school. Where every day was diversity day and then on the weekends. My parents spoke in tongues so I tried to continue that tradition by being the token reactionary Catholic at the New York Times or something. But but that's sort of the unusual side of my upbringing. I've said you became editor of the salient rain. Which is the conservative paper. And then I became the Conservative columnist for the for the Crimson for the for the Crimson and Remember one column. You wrote where you referred to your pentecostal upbringing with a Brassy italian-american lady named named grace. Right who would be healing people and slain in the spirit and so forth so so you. You were away flaunting this in front of the Harvard audience. That must have made. You seem even stranger to typical students. Right yeah in a way all of my college roommates at Harvard. I basically roomed with the same group of four to six guys. I was sort of placed in an entry way with freshman year and while a couple of them were sort of maybe slightly more conservative than the Harvard average. I would say as as a group. They were all well to my left. But so I I sort of I socialize with people who didn't didn't share my. I had a group of conservative friends around mostly people. Who worked on on the salient with into did those extra curricular activities with me but my sort of social group was not was not necessarily a sort of a conservative oneness as a whole and so did you enjoy being in a very liberal social group. In some ways or yeah. I'm an argumentative person. Right and all my friends for argumentative people so we we all enjoyed. We all enjoyed that So in that sense it was it was fun to be able to have sort of friendly late night and arguments of the kind. I'm sure that you know you guys here have in your door. That's sort of part of the college experience right is is you know having endless arguments at three. Am but wait one is the world. Is All just a dream that a butterflies.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Listener in Maryland. Recently sent a note her name is Diana and she made the observation observations. That Christian radio stations seem to play more and more secular music in place of songs about the birth of Christ less sellers as a world radio commentator. But he's also the World Magazine mailbag editor. He's been thinking about this for quite a while now. and has this response dear Diana. I hear you Mike Christian Radio Radio Station can jump from silent Knight to Santa Baby Without missing a beat. The casual juxtaposition says we shouldn't take any of this too seriously. It says that a few stanzas says of joy to the world is long enough to spend contemplating the eternal mysteries of the incarnation. Say Three minutes. Then it's time for more chirpy banter from the hosts and yet another owed to holiday romance from celebrity. All this might have to do with the famous question. Young Virginia Hanlin posed to the editorial writers of the New York's son in eighteen ninety seven. Please tell me the truth. She wrote is there a Santa Claus. Yes Virginia came the reply. There is a Santa Clause he exists certainly is love and generosity and devotion exist the strongest man cannot tear the veil that hides the unseen world. The Sun said quote only faith Poetry Love Romance can push aside that curtain and view and picture the supernatural beauty and glory beyond beyond. Is it all real Virginia in all this world there is nothing else real and abiding and quote Christians then had had no objection to that answer laced with biblical references. It seemed a worthy response to skeptical. Age in line with Dickens's a Christmas Carol that eighteen forty-three story Lori delivered a Christian message of Scrooge and transformation through faith even if the object of this faith was a little unclear and in one thousand nine hundred fifty cs Lewis include would Santa in his first Narnia. Novel has a symbol of hope in the midst of winter. A harbinger of Azlan today. Nobody is asking if Santa is real he's is way too real. You can't get away from the guy but he's not the same. Santa Dickens turned to screw into Santa and then we turn to Santa back into scrooge today Santa is a grasping scraping clutching Jolly Old Elf. Soft as a dinner rule but he doesn't covered money. He drains drains emotion from our souls. Leaves US collapsed and Dizzy. Like frosty the snowman after a warm spell. It shouldn't be like this. We need mystery and our lives to point us to the transcendent to the incarnation. But today's Santa Berries the incarnation under an avalanche of nonsense and claptrap. So instead of singing Hark we're humming grandma got run over by a reindeer as we set up. Our life-sized inflatable darth Santa Lawn ornament. So so Diana this year let's keep Christmas transcended you and me and linus anyone who knows what. Christmas is all about Kirsch. Charlie Brown I can tell you what Christmas and there were in the that same country shepherds abiding in the field keeping watch over their flocks by night low angel of the Lord upon them the glory of the Lord Roundabout about them they were afraid the angel said Unto Them Fear Not Behold I bring you tidings of great joy it should be to all people for onto onto. You is born this day in the city of David a savior just Christ Lord for we radio. I'm less sellers and I'd like to add one more thing as a journalism professor at Patrick Henry College. I've watched journalism changed dramatically over the years often for the worse as a result result is credibility as sinking like a cast iron swimming pool noodle the fact that people consume so much bad journalism speaks to our God given need for stories about the world world around us. That's why I tell my students. This is the perfect time for Christians to embrace journalism to live rightly.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Raise your kids you're ready to help him get through college come to you and say I'm really excited I know what I want to do I want to be a journalist what do you say to them do you pay for your kids J. school degree really that money out of your pocket going to add another reporter to the world what do you do eight eight six three zero nine six two five or would you be thrilled this is great because I raise my kid right and I know that my kid is gonna proces profession with integrity and the fact of the matter is we need more people with integrity joining the ranks of journalists we need a free press in this country it's essential we need a strong of first amendment supporting and loving fair press and so my kid can be a part of the change in this profession is that your approach on how do you how do you deal with this triple eight six three W. male early we spoke with Mercedes slaps yes five kids right I asked her and that's exactly what she said she said you know what I would support them because I know I raise my kids right and they're gonna do the right thing see but I worry about that because I think things happen in journalism school I I I trust my kids and I trust however raise them but I don't necessarily trust all those professors others journalism teachers they did all they got their agendas you know they do and they're going to inject their opinions and their approaches and and by the way let's talk about what journalism is right now because I think there's a for man to watch romanticised idea of what the profession is and it all goes back to all the president's men you know everybody think that they're even think they're Woodward and Bernstein they think they're Dustin Hoffman and and Robert Redford because they were much cooler than Woodward and Bernstein and and and there's this whole romanticised idea that a reporter comes to this town and finds the story and really speaks truth to power and they you know and and they change the world but let's face it these days journalism is about getting an anonymous leak from somebody for political purposes which by the way Watergate was that too but I'll set that aside for a moment someone in this town has a political agenda they illegally leak something to reporter for their own purposes and their own agenda those purposes and that agenda never make its way into the story into the article right they don't say anything about who's leaking or why they're leaking it they just print what's out there and it's to damage somebody else politically and the reporters won a Pulitzer but really all they did was transfer information that somebody gave them to slime somebody else is that really reporting or they go to Twitter and spend all day talking to each other and other journalists and showing the world how smart and snarky they are and then they make millions of dollars when they get a television contract while I'm on board with the millions of dollars part but would you be proud of your kid if that's the route they took triple eight six thirty W. M. A. L. let's start with that Diane in McLean Diane you're ready to pay for your kid to go to journalism school absolutely not Leary act where I live in McLean is several of my friends have sent their kids to very very pricey universities to study journalism and they're all looking for jobs and most importantly I would told your screener that I think universities if criminals are even still offering degrees in journalism any monkey with a laptop and a pen or a cell phone can file a story and declare themselves a journalist and you know very well that at the network level they're not hiring correspondence that don't also have a medical degree or a law degree some kind of an advanced degree in addition to journalism yeah it's ridiculous now that is you you had some very good points there die at it I appreciate it and I think I I listen I agree with a lot of what you just said especially the fact that you can be a great journalist without getting a journalism degree honestly my response to my kid was you want to be a journalist get a degree in something meaningful and important and you can always join the ranks of the media because I think the best reporters in the best journalists are people who didn't get J. school degrees or as totally saturated market anyway and you're storing your money away I mean go do something real like cyber security all right thanks funny you should say that my daughter's doing cyber security all right day and thank you for that all right how I'm the others outside of the spectrum Caleb in West Virginia wants to chime in Caleb you'd be good with your kid going to journalism school yeah if my child wanted to go to journalism school I would certainly encourage it I graduated with a history degree from Patrick Henry college and they have journalism it doesn't count Patrick Henry college that's like a private school with morals and values and principles and that did you home school I did planning to home school our tell there you go see to go to Patrick Henry I know you're probably home school your name is Caleb so you got a biblical name see I your you don't count Caleb well maybe not but no I'm kidding no no no I'm actually joking because it because I think we need more Caleb's in the media business if you get a if you're home schooled and get your degree of Patrick county or in Michigan right go to hell's Dale right and then you come out with a different perspective on life even if you're in a in in the media yeah alright alright Caleb says yes as long as you start with a solid moral foundation okay how about a bill in Fairfax a retired navy commander thank you for your service bill what do you say I say hi Larry I love your show thank you I went to university of South Carolina graduated in three and a half years out of journalism and then decided I really want to instead begin journalist I actually want to do something so I still in the navy and No Way Out of it if you don't think journalists do something well I did I guess compared to the navy they down I want to I want to act act as opposed to reporting on it but by the view of having my a journalism degree I thought oh my god I've wasted three and you know I graduated from the uniforms South Carolina and it turned out as an engineering guy you know when an engineering world if you can communicate and you can speak and you can get your ideas across that's certainly the best degree I ever had all right bill thank you so much for.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Rest of the world almost missed the beginning of my show. And I'll tell you why if you're watching on hand vision, we just got a note from the girlfriend of an intern Asher who was our intern ten years ago and Asher died in a helicopter crash in Kenya. And we're very sad because he was a wonderful young, man. He was a home schooled kid in San Diego and just fell in love with talk radio. Was brilliant was a debater. I think he went for time to Patrick Henry college. And he became his girlfriend told me a tech giant in San Diego. And it just so very shocking. He couldn't be twenty seven years old. I just can't imagine it's twenty seven ninety. I think he was twenty seven years old. Twenty eight and it is a there had to been twenty eight maybe twenty seven twenty eight and you recall his name was Woodstock recovery. Was the first guy ever new war? Tom shoes every intern. We have usually develop zero nickname, right, gentlemen. Yeah. Gentlemen is whether it's now who you know, we started with. It be fell asleep. Yes. Trench van winkles. But we called him. Yes. We've had about forty interns, but some some. Remember, the wander is among the most memorable. He's now a partner with Jones day, but Asher was Woodstock Woodstock because he was ill. He was what one hundred pounds soaking wet right rail thin, and he had a very close cropped blonde hair. Do that had kind of spiky spiky blond look to it. And you just kinda look like Woodstock and storefront wrote me, and I didn't even know it was his girlfriend, and she she said so it was in the first time stunned I wrote her back, and I'm sending her a second note because of this because I didn't even notice as this terrible when young people die. And so our thoughts and prayers with ashes family was Christian believer that great kid with great great kid. And I haven't been in touch with them for a few years. I didn't know it was tech on what you're doing in San Diego County. But we loved them a lot of our enters the vast majority of the interns, and we've had what over the course of twenty years. Forty fifty maybe north of that most of them go on to leave very productive lives, which doesn't surprisingly given the scarring that we give absolutely which which makes me wonder what happened to Marlin. Well. Yeah. Marlin now, I do want to begin with the news. But at first let me thank all of you out there for doing angel tree. And I just I'm so heartened sad news like Asher, but I also wake up and go over and check my my angel tree number. And then I am glad my heart gets gladden because I've got such a great audience, and you do such great things angel tree summer camp has gotten from this audience alone already three hundred and fifty four kids going to camp and as of yesterday, one United States Senator I'm not gonna tell you. A United States Senator called.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Age sixty AM the answer. Prager here. So I got the chance to give you the accusations against. This superstar, Dr Tyson. We're gonna move on now to. What has happened in California? Where? Congressperson after congress person who won then turn out to lose. If the person was a Republican covering this for the terrific. Website. The federalist is now we have a debate here. Ms Peyton whether it's Bree or Bri Bray. Oh, I got to put you on. That'll always help. Okay. So it sounds three. My full name is brianna. And when I was a kid, my parents used to spell, my nickname Brie with two years. And then when I grow up, I thought it he more sophisticated to drop on us. But honestly, it created a lot of prostitution. You're not a lot. No, I didn't feel I was alone. I, but it's very sweet if you even offer that as a consolation, I also I have a suspicion. You have to answer this with some regularity. It's. It's sort of like a prerecorded announcement at this point, I feel bad for you with that way. But I do like to call people by their right name. Anyway, she writes terrific stuff folks at the federal list. What is your background? I was curious where did you go to school? What did you study? Did you go straight to the federalist? So I went to Patrick Henry college, which is in Percival Virginia. And while I was there. And I actually thought you probably don't remember being I was working as an interpreter for Frank pass story educate you interview with him. And I got to meet you and talk to you for a little bit. But that's what I did in college. And then I also writing for a nonprofit investigative website, watch dot org, and there I read a lot about California's boating flags and how they were the last stage in the whole country to get a statewide voter database, and how the contractor that they use the same contractor who built healthcare dot gov and how bad wasted like millions of dollars trying to build a database, and then I met my now boss Dominic like a happy hour events and he hired. That I had that job. Kind of lied about college. I've been there for like an uprising will you? Right. Very important stuff. So it's a pleasure to meet you again and Frank gory. When you've mentioned that name always get the chills because I miss him very much. Yeah. Yeah. I hear a really great guy. He really was. Alright. So folks, so she has a piece up Paul Ryan is right. California's election laws of the fraud. So let let me review a fact here that not people don't know because the press has no desire to report this six Republican reading from her piece six Republican candidates relieving in congressional races across California on election night. Only to see the results flip to democratic victories weeks later due to California's lax election laws. So let me ask you. Is your? Is the intimation here that there's corruption or that? There's just laxity. So there weren't reports of widespread voter fraud or anything like that. And I said that in the end of my piece that this isn't enough to like the results or anything like that. This is just you know, the Chicago and secretary of the state and the state legislature and the governor to rethink the laws and say do we want to repeat a lot of these same laws that we have on the books. State programs like the motor-voter program like the same day registration and voting on election day, ballot Harvard law, which I read a lot about these different laws these different programs and why they just have to cancel for something to go wrong. And that we should rethink it. The next time around. Okay, explain to people across the country. What the harvesting is what that means. Sure. So valid harvesting. It is. To reduce state laws that allows third party to pick up valid from people's houses and drop them off at holy ARCHE half of that. So in other words, a political operative can go door knocking two houses that they have register, you know, according to a certain party, or that tend to vote a certain way or turn out, you know, more likely to turn out and they can go and knock on their doors. Say, hey, we're here to pick up your ballot. And we're here to take it to the polling locations for you. There is footage that surfaced last March rain as well. Video camera sort of a woman who identified herself as Ridolfi pick up the ballot for that person in California. But said that she was only going to do it for people who work supporting the Democratic Party. So I just think that this process of forgive me. All right. I have so many questions. Here's the great selling point of relief factor. Well, actually, the greatest selling point is that it works for the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relief factor without the negative side effects of ibuprofen. Couple of years ago with great this yada payment would take ibuprofen. Lock and it helped, but the side effects were so awful after a while, but I just had to discontinue use. But that's not the problem with relief factor. So that's huge..
"patrick henry college" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Dennis Prager here. So I got the chance to give you the q sations against. This superstar, Dr Tyson. We're going to move on now to. What has happened in California? Where? Congressperson after congress person who won then turned out to lose. If the person was Republican covering this for the terrific website. The federalist is we have. We have a debate here. Ms Peyton whether it's Bree or Bri Bray. Oh, I got to put you on. That'll always help. Okay. So three my full name is brianna. And when I was a kid, my parents used to spell, my nickname two years. And then when I grow up I thought as more sophisticated to drop on the EU. But honestly, it's created a lot of prostitution. So you're not alone. I know I didn't feel I was alone. I it's very sweet if you to even offer that as a consolation, I also I have a suspicion. You have to answer this with some regularity. It's. It's sort of like a prerecorded of outs. But that this point I feel bad for you with that way. But I do like to call people by their right Dame. Anyway, she writes terrific stuff folks at the federalist, what is your background? I was curious. Where did you go to school? What did you study? Did you go straight to the federalist? I went to Patrick Henry college, which is in Percival Virginia. And while I respect you, and I actually thought although you probably don't remember I was working as an interpreter for Frank story educate, then what they did you an interview with him. And I got to talk to you for a little bit. But that's what I did in college. And then I was also ready for a nonprofit investigative let's take a watch dot org. And there I wrote a lot about California's voting flags and how they were the last stage in a whole country to get a statewide voter database and how the contractor that. They used was the same contractor who built healthcare dot gov and how bad wasted like millions of dollars trying to build the database, and then I met my now boss Dominic like a happy hour events. And he hybrid knew that I have that job. Kind of lied about college in there for like an uprising will you right? Very important stuff. So it's a pleasure to meet you again and Frank story. Whether you've mentioned that name always get the chills because I miss him very much. Yeah. He was a really great guy. He really was. All right. So folks, so she has a piece up Paul Ryan is right. California's election laws to fraud. So let let me review a fact here that not people don't know because the press has no desire to report this six Republican reading from her piece six Republican candidates relieving in congressional races across California on election night. Only to see the results flipped to democratic victories weeks later due to California's lax election laws. So let me ask you is your. Is the intimation here that there's corruption or that? There's just laxity. So there weren't reports of widespread voter fraud or anything like that. And I said that in the end of my piece that this isn't enough to attack the results or anything like that. This is just, you know, this should causes secretary of the state and the state legislature and the governor to rethink the laws and say, do we want to repeat a lot of these same laws that we have on state programs like the motor-voter program like the same day registration and voting you know, that you could do on election day, and like the ballot harvesting law, which I read a lot about these different laws these different programs, and why they have the potential for something to go wrong in them, and that we should rethink it the next time around. Okay, explain to people across the country. What the harvesting is what that means. Sure. So Ballard harvesting is reduced state laws that allows third party to pick up valid from people's houses and drop them off at only location ARCHE half of that percents. So in other words, a political operative can go door knocking two houses that they have register, you know, according to a certain party, or that tend to vote a certain way or turned out, you know, more likely to turn out and they can go and knock on their doors. Say, hey, we're here to pick up your ballot. And we're here to take it to the polling locations for years. There is video footage that surfaced last March from a range of well video camera sort of a woman who identified herself as willow offering. You pick up the ballot for that person in California. But said that she was only going to do it for people who were supporting the Democratic Party. So I just think that this process of forgive me. All right. I have so many questions about that. Is it first of all is that you meek to California. Yeah. I think it's the only. Okay. All right. Hold on there. Okay. We're going to be back with Brie. Peyton of the federalist in a moment. Relief factor is in my pocket relief factor actually is in my digestive system. They're both because I don't like gratuitous pain life has necessary. Pain just part of.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Dennis Prager here. So I got the chance to give you the q sations against. This superstar, Dr Tyson. We're going to move on now to. What has happened in California? Where? Congressperson after congress person who won then turn out to lose. If the person was a Republican covering this for the terrific website. The federalist is then we have a debate here. Ms Peyton whether it's Bree or Br Bray. Oh, I got to put you on. That'll always help. Okay. So it sounds free. My full name is brianna. And when I was a kid, my parents used to spell, my nickname Brie with two years. And then when I grow up I thought that he more sophisticated to drop on the us. But honestly, it's just created a lot of prostitution. So you're not a lot. I know I didn't feel I was alone. I, but it's very sweet if you even offer that as a consolation, I also I have a suspicion. You have to answer this with some regularity. It's. It's sort of like a prerecorded of outs. But at this point, I feel bad for you with that way. But I do like the call people by their right Dame. Anyway, she writes terrific stuff folks at the federal list. What is your background? I was curious. Where did you go to school? What did you study? Did you go straight to the federal list? So I went to Patrick Henry college, which is in Percival Virginia. And while I was studying there you and I actually thought although you probably don't remember being I was working as an interpreter for Frank pass story educate what they interview with him. And I got to meet you and talk to you a little bit. But that's what I did in college. And then I was also writing for a nonprofit investigative website or watch dot org. And there I read a lot about California's voting flags and how they were the last stage in whole country to get a statewide voter database, and how the contractors that they used was the same contractor who built healthcare dot gov and how they had wasted like millions of dollars trying to build the database, and then I met my now boss Dominic like a happy hour events and he hired. That I had that job kind of lied about college. And I've been there for like an uprising will you write very important stuff. So it's a pleasure to meet you again, and Frank post gory with you've mentioned that name always get the chills because I miss him very much. I hear it's a really great guy. He really was. All right. So folks, so she has a piece up Paul Ryan is right. California's election laws to fraud. So let let me review a fact here that not people don't know because the press has no desire to report this six Republican reading from her piece six Republican candidates relieving in congressional races across California on election night. Only to see the results flipped to democratic victories weeks later due to California's lax election laws. So let me ask you is your. Is the intimation here that there's corruption or that? There's just laxity. So there weren't reports of widespread voter fraud or anything like that. And I said that in the end of my piece that this isn't enough to attack the results or anything like that. This is just you know, the Chicago the secretary of the state and the state legislature and the governor to rethink the laws and say do we want to retain a lot of these same laws that we have on the box. I don't wanna feed same programs like the motor-voter program like the same day registration and voting on election day, and like the ballot harvest equal rich. I wrote a lot about these different laws these different programs and why they just have the potential for something to around in them, and that we should rethink it the next time around. Okay, explain to people across the country. What the harvesting is what that means. Valid harvesting. It is to reduce state laws that allows third party to pick up. Valid from people houses and drop them off at polling location RT half of that. So in other words, political operative can go door knocking two houses that they have register, you know, according to a certain party, or that tend to vote a certain way or turned out, you know, more likely to turn out and they can go and knock on their doors. Say, hey, we're here to pick up your ballot. And we're here to take it to the polling locations for years. There is video footage that surfaced last March from a range video camera sort of a woman who identified herself as Ridolfi pick up the ballot for that person in California. But said that she was only going to do it for people who are supporting the Democratic Party. So I just think that this process of forgive me. All right. I have so many questions about that. Is it first of all is that unique to California? Yeah. I think it's the only thing. Okay. All right. Hold on there. Okay. We're going to be back with Brie. Peyton of federalist in a moment. Relief factor is in my pocket relief factor, actually is in my Justice system. They're both because I don't like gratuitous pain life has necessary. Pain just part of.
"patrick henry college" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Eleven. And what this day means to you where you were in what you were doing when you saw what happen happen and and and what lessons do you think the country has learned since then and still has yet to learn Michael? Well, it's a really interesting important question. I was the president of Patrick Henry college at the time, and I was on campus when I first heard about it. We had an accreditation site team there that I was giving a tour to the campus when I first got the information. Surely after we reached the students and everybody started being glued to the TV I came home and spent the rest of their with my family, and I remember my three year old son talking about Osama bin Laden. I mean, it was just remarkable thing for a three year old too. To know. And it was just it was a chilling moments. It was a moment that I'll never forget for lots of reasons of one of the one of the scenes that I remember more than anything else was. I think the day after there was a television interview with the people on the street kind of interviews, and there was a guy that they were interviewing who had all the looks of the Goth culture piercings tattoos, just he looked off from beginning to end and and so I, you know, what's this guy going to say, you know, and he was extremely patriotic and just gave a really interesting response. And I thought, you know if that's the way that people who from appearances don't have anything to do with the traditional American values. That's the way they think people are reachable and that when when when America's attacked as moment, people that we think are beyond our reach are not beyond our reach, they, they people love this country and that love runs deep and wide. I'll never forget that moment. It just really made me hopeful that we could reach people that we normally think we couldn't reach. I remember I was early in my sports talk radio career. I was actually in the shower, getting ready to go into the office and. Amy was out in the family room with with Anna, who is seven months old at the time who's now a high school senior. And she's like, wow, she was watching today show live and she's like, wow, you know, total tragedy happened in New York, you know? And we just kind of thought it was far away place from Des Moines, and I, it you obviously greed for the people that were involved, but you just thought it was a random accident. Right? Freak accident. And by the time I get out of the shower, get dressed him about to in in the bedroom, getting ready to walk out the door. She comes in and says, there's another one. And when that when it happens a second time that's when you know it wasn't an accident and I remember, you know, you're driving the work and I'm thinking, is this what it was like? You know, for our parents and grandparents on Pearl Harbor is this could be a defining moment. What's the world going to be like? You know. And I was really in the very early exploration phase of my faith and. When I look back on it now, I think of the things the lessons that I thought we were going to learn from it in Michael. I honestly don't believe we learned any of those lessons. I think that you know, we treat every American is a potential criminal. I mean, old ladies have got to remove their, you know, hip replacements so that we don't, you know, racially profile anybody. So everybody's treated like a criminal..
"patrick henry college" Discussed on KTIE AM 590 The Answer
"Michael aaron hill one of the form then prominent complication allegheny in the country and given the can't their patrick henry college and on the thunder the home illegal defense that distinction hit argued that for the hit on court then a lot in the area religious freedom and related liberty and on an all their rob needle the independent going through it all for one of the perform complication dollars and collared on article by they are in the legal genius behind they have also thankfully recruited me apply like the confrontational collar on the conversation that a year ago link michael period where he laid out in about an hour on his between court argument that would be the conventional eight and i was really onboard after that i mean intl about he hit laying and we're going to go we're going to be right back with gennett ellis this is so exciting the word we're up a break here convention of states dot four in a few months i am five ninety the answer fine company square off in the first presidential debate of twenty sixteen promptly nice every play i've been running aj and negative campaign seven of stamina to get through the night tied tried to powered three with baby habs day's rest you can listen to it right here one monday coverage begins its funny him five ninety the answer brought to you by the neely henri gore may fruits and riverside coming soon to the slugger us and car star all star collision the kings have reckoned role messaging database may apply if you're considering going.